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GECOM to provide live audio stream of national recount

By Alexis Rodney

GEORGETOWN, Guyana (DPI) – The Guyana Elections Commission (GECOM) will be providing live audio broadcasts of the national recount of the March 2 ballots, on its website as well as its Facebook and YouTube pages, the commission’s Public Relations Officer (PRO) Yolanda Ward has informed.

The national recount of March 2, 2020, general and regional elections will commence tomorrow at the Arthur Chung Conference Centre (ACCC) from 08:00 hours to 19:00 hours daily.

The commission is aiming to complete the process within 25 days, depending on the successes of the first seven days. The commission began transporting the containers of ballot boxes to the ACCC to commence the process.

The national recount will be carried out at ten workstations, eight of which will accommodate 14 persons. Two workstations will have ten persons each.

The recount will commence with District 1 – two workstations; District 2 – two workstations; District 3 – three workstations and District 4 – three workstations. The recount for District 4 shall continue at the three (3) workstations assigned to it. The recounts for Districts 5 through 10 will be conducted based on the completion of, and at the workstations assigned to, Districts 1, 2, and 3.

The elections body said each workstation will have representatives of parties, local and international observers, and GECOM officials. The recount will be scrutinised by a three-member high-level team from the Caribbean Community (CARICOM).

His Excellency president David Granger on Monday said he was satisfied that the hurdles had been cleared for the elections commission to conduct the national recount and reminded that the elections body remains the only entity to carry out its constitutionally mandated responsibility.

The Head of State said the entire nation now awaits the completion of the recount of the ballots and the declaration of the results by the commission, which will subsequently allow for a democratically elected government to be sworn into office.

Related: Guyana national election recount expected Wednesday

Department of Public Information, Ministry of Communities.

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